English version

pepper in Food topic

pepperpepper2 verb [transitive]  1 SPREADif something is peppered with things, it has a lot of those things in it or on itbe peppered with something a speech peppered with amusing stories The surface of the Moon is peppered with craters. Grammar Pepper is usually passive in this meaning.2 PMWif bullets pepper something, they hit it several times Machine gun fire peppered the front of the building.3 pepper somebody with questions4 DFto add pepper to food Pepper the steak well. peppered salami→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
pepperThere are great ones peppered all over the division.Thorns pricked his hands, and his back felt as if it were being peppered by poison darts.Over the years these walkabouts have led to a stream of inventions that now pepper construction sites all over the city.Maiden's structure as a book is different, it is peppered with diary entries of the race and pictures.She then continued talking to her friend in a conversation which was peppered with exactly the same word.This detailed survey is peppered with information on how the faunas came to be collected - often by amateurs.The first seven years of his life, then, were peppered with separations.be peppered with somethingShe then continued talking to her friend in a conversation which was peppered with exactly the same word.This detailed survey is peppered with information on how the faunas came to be collected - often by amateurs.The first seven years of his life, then, were peppered with separations.A family of illegal aliens is peppered with shotgun pellets in a drive-by shooting.Our worst years were peppered with the very real misery of violence and abuse when that scream turned into a row.Her short red hair was crudely shaped in a wedge and her pallid cheeks and small chin were peppered with unsightly acne.His scores were peppered with witty indications and funny titles.